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Funny story: Red Carpet in Short Supply, Prices Skyrocket

Red Carpet in Short Supply, Prices Skyrocket

Thanks in large part to demands from the current awards show season, red carpeting of any style is in drastically short supply. Prices for anything red in fact, are now climbing fast according to industry insiders. "We were caught a bit off guard...
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Funny story: Health And Safety Brigade Criticise Carpets

Health And Safety Brigade Criticise Carpets

Under new health and safety in the home, carpets will have to be replaced in houses up and down England and Wales. Scotland is exempt due to there being no health and safety north of the border. "Carpets are one of the most dangerous items in t...
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Funny story: Scientists Prove That Bugs In A Rug Are Not Snug

Scientists Prove That Bugs In A Rug Are Not Snug

Insect research at Denver University has determined that a common saying is incorrect and that there is no such thing as being "as snug as a bug in a rug." The phrase, which is generally taken to mean tucked in tight and toasty warm is not true, acc...
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Funny story: "Pitchman" Billy Mays' Historic Laryngeal Bypass Operation a Complete Success

"Pitchman" Billy Mays' Historic Laryngeal Bypass Operation a Complete Success

ORANGE GLO, FL - When Discovery's Channel aired its new show "Pitchman," many viewers were surprised to find Billy Mays had a softer side. They can thank Dr. Les Lowden of Tampa General Hospital for this minor miracle. Just weeks before the show...
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